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Auto Tile Program Window in Windows

Many times, you want to open a number of applications simultaneously on your PC. Manually moving each application window is a time consuming process, however, if you have a larger, high-resolution monitor, you can auto tile each window for quick access. Here is how you can do that with a free application Plumb.

Plumb is a small tool designed to reduce the time spent manually moving windows on your desktop. As most applications do not need 100% of the screen, you can use this application on a larger monitor for auto tile windows.

Plumb is easy to use and has no complicated settings. After installation run the tool. The number of default tiles is 3. You can change it from the program properties ‘Auto tiles’ option.

Interested users can download it at developer’s website (for Windows XP. Vista and Windows 7).


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